West Ham United reportedly have an agreement in place to sign striker Terem Moffi from Lorient in the January transfer window.
However, he could still join either Nice or Marseille instead of the Hammers, according to football journalist Mohamed Toubache-Ter.
It seems like the deal has been dragged out for far too long though. Having said that, the good news is that the Hammers seem to have a deal in place for the 23-year-old striker…
West Ham have deal in place to sign Terem Moffi
After recent reports suggesting that the Hammers could miss out on the Nigerian, it seems as though there has been a change of heart from Lorient’s end.
Mohamed Toubache-Ter suggests that the Ligue 1 outfit actually have an agreement in place to sell Moffi to West Ham.
In a worrying twist though, it seems like the same can be said for Marseille, and maybe Nice as well:
I would absolutely love Moffi at West Ham. He is exactly what we need and would be the perfect long-term replacement for Michail Antonio – but a much better version!
The Nigerian has pace and power in abundance, and is a very good finisher as well.
He is perfectly equipped to succeed in the Premier League, so the Hammers just need to make this one happen asap.
If West Ham are to sign Moffi, we had better act fast, with Marseille and Nice courting the player as well.